J.J. Watt (knee) expected to be at 'full strength' for Texans in 2018
Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt (knee) is expected to "be at full strength," head coach Bill O'Brien said on Good Morning America.
"I would never bet against J.J Watt," O'Brien said. "He's going to be back, he's going to be at full strength, and he's going to help us win a lot of games." Watt has been limited to just eight games over the last two seasons due to a back injury in 2016 and a left tibial plateau fracture in 2017.
Watt recorded 15 tackles (11 solo) with 2 pass deflections in five games last season.
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